However, Cazza, a 3-D printing company, could have a solution. Using Cazza’s X1 robot, 3-D printed buildings like houses, villas, shelters, warehouses and commercial buildings can go up in as little as one week. Cazza believes that using its 3-D printing technology will save as much 40% on the old, traditional ways of building.
That’s a $20,000 savings on a house that costs $50,000 to put up. And remember, the 3-D printed model gets you your house in a week instead of months or years. The current estimate for the still-incomplete hurricane season is already as much as $340 billion. If you assume that 30% of this damage is destroyed homes and buildings, implementing 3-D printing technology like the Cazza X1 to rebuild will save as much as $40.8 billion.